Top Guns at the FIFA World Cup 2022 to watch out for


Kylian Mbappe

19-years-old young Frenchmen Mbappe has a statement to make back in the 2018 WC with his fine run and is returning more ferocious and mature to give his all best in the absence of big names from the squad.

Harry Kane

Kane is quite simply England's talisman and could become his country's all-time record goal scorer in Qatar, and the skipper will be looking forward to helping his side with his scoring skills.

Kevin De Bruyne

The Belgian playmaker has been indispensable for club and country for years, Belgium will heavily bank upon their best man De Bruyne for turning their possibility into a sheer chance.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Into his last WC, CR7 will be in his supremely best form to give all he can for Portugal, the big match player is desperate to have his hand on the trophy that is not yet in his coveted cabinet.

Lionel Messi

Football maestro was closest to his WC-winning dream in 2014, however, this can be well his chance as Argentina enters the World Cup as a favorite, and for that to happen Lionel Messi’s show will be essential.

Robert Lewandowski

The Polish goal machine has to be at his best in the tournament if the team has to perform well. Lewandowski will be supported by his fellow countrymen but his show in Qatar will be the key.

Luka Modric

Croatia's record appearance holder with 154 caps since 2006 and arguably the greatest ever midfielder, the 37-years-old Modric will look ahead to continue his fine run possibly in the last major of his career.

Virgil Van Dijk

The Dutch strongman Van Dijk will be leading the defense of his side and will have huge hopes for him for the collective success of the team, which is nothing new that he has done for years.


The pressure will be immense on Brazil's No. 10, who may well overtake Pele as Brazil's all-time top scorer during the tournament. Neymar will be in his last WC and will look to give all that he can.